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Table 2 Estimated parental WTP for treating a diarrhoeal episode in rural India a

From: A contingent valuation study to estimate the parental willingness-to-pay for childhood diarrhoea and gender bias among rural households in India

Variable Male Child Female Child
Intercept 4.665 (2.226) 2.113 (2.065)
LINC 0.403 (2.218) 0.451 (2.337)
M_EDU 0.445 (2.876) 0.166 (1.776)
F_EDU 0.366 (2.176) 0.220 (1.967)
M_AGE 0.022 (0.997) 0.018 (0.001)
F_AGE 0.009 (0.267) 0.007 (0.215)
C_MALE 0.336 (1.965) 0.155 (1.847)
C_AGE 0.012 (0.044) 0.008 (0.018)
Log_C_DUR 0.157 (1.682) 0.168 (1.826)
C_DOC -0.162 (0.388) -0.101 (0.099)
C_SCHL 0.128 (2.109) 0.112 (1.885)
F_WORK 0.227 (1.258) 0.222 (1.138)
F_CHRONIC 0.355 (2.224) 0.301 (1.867)
M_CHRONIC 0.227 (1.259) 0.201 (1.156)
C_CHRONIC 0.338 (2.119) 0.276 (1.887)
σ 1.039 1.031
Log Likelihood -621.58 -589.56
Median WTP (Indian Rs.) 57.00 37.50
95% CI (Indian Rs.) 38–85 25–54
  1. a Absolute value of asymptotic t-statistics in parentheses. Dependent variable is log (WTP)